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Catholic churchmen in science; sketches of the lives of Catholic ecclesiastics who were among the great founders in science


Published 1910
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Partly reprinted from various periodicals

I. The supposed opposition of science and religion.--II. Copernicus and his times.--III. Basil Valentine: founder of modern chemistry.--IV. Linacre: scholar, physician, priest.--V. Father Kircher, S.J.: scientist, orientalist, and collector.--VI. Bishop Stenson: anatomist and father of geology.--VII. Abbé Haüy: father of crystallography.--VIII. Abbot Mendel: a new outlook in heredity


Publisher Philadelphia, American ecclesiastical review
Pages 260
Language English
Call number 1321426
Digitizing sponsor Boston Library Consortium Member Libraries
Book contributor Boston College Libraries
Collection Boston_College_Library; blc; americana

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Reviewer: volker59 - - August 27, 2013
Subject: 1. Volume
This is the first Volume
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